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big now, so i'm donating them. nogoing back the again. good for you! how'd you do i eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. >> a second sea lion has found with fishing line tied around its neck. two weeks ago another one was found that way. a tourist sent us a photo of the animal. a second animal was also spotted near peer 39. both animals appear healthy but they are concerned the wire may prevent them from eating. they have been able to capture either sea lion but will try again soon. >>> a problem starting with bees when a beekeeper tried to remove about half a dozen beehives from a vacant home in fair oaks. but as george warren reports, that simply enraged the bees and they swarmed the entire neighborhood. >> neighbors down the street could watch the warm of bees from a safe distance and yours truly could watch from the safety of a c
. the key sticking point is this issue of raising the debt limit, large enough, big enough, so that it gets us through 2012, gets us into the spring of 2013. right now, of course, the boehner bill and what republicans were supporting would have this debt limit come to another vote in the next -- >> at this point in time -- >> harry reid wants to do is simply figure out a way to satisfy the second round of deficit reduction, create a stronger trigger potentially, whatever he can come to, to get more republicans to support his way in order to get this debt limit passed 2012. i think he's going to come to an agreement. the question is, how big of an agreement is it? is it an agreement that barely gets the eight republicans he wants? or does it get 20 republicans and sends a strong, bipartisan message to make sure this thing doesn't get gummed up again in the house. >> does he have a dance partner in terms of a republican willing to negotiate? >> reporter: he's got a few dance partners potentially, but right now he's not working very well with mitch mcconnell. that's not clear. but don't be sur
people. >> and money problems in washington could are v.a big impact on california, especially on unemployment. edd is notifying more than one million californians if the crisis is not resolved their check koz stop coming. >> we don't have a reserve in our insurance trust fund. it's about $8.5 billion in the hole right now. we don't have that kind of backing to be able to pay basements right now. >> and also, schools are worried they won't be able to provide free lunches to children and a gas tax that goes to projects might not be distributed. >> and executives are growing concerned that the come back could be derailed by the impass. abc 7's david louie is live with what those tech leaders are saying. caved? >> ceos say there is a simple proposition for congress. if lawmakers do their job and get a debt deal done, ceos will focus on getting the economy back on track. no region of the country holds more promise to generate jobs and put the economy back on track. but record profits, job creation and growth could become casualties of a default. >> stocks could fall 20% to 30%. and
. looks like we won't see any changes in the short term there. but overall the big picture sending in some cloud cover. this is all due to the big high that has encompassed the nation with that very, very hot, sticky weather. the flow around it allowing for the moisture to move in to the eastern portion of the bay area. and that includes the sierra nevada. so we will look for the thunderstorm activity from the northern and southern sierra, in fact the flash flood watch throughout the day today. we saw the thunderstorms yesterday. so if you are traveling today or tomorrow, be aware of that. we can see some very heavy downpours from time to time in the mountains, the foothills. and by tomorrow, sunday, the focus shifts closer to home. really the south bay and portions of monterey. so not only is slight chance of a thunderstorm, but more likely the high clouds, the mid-level clouds and maybe the muggy feel to the air here as a piece of energy here drifts to the west. so this afternoon we will see more moisture in the sierra, the spine of the sierra so that's going to be the setup for the week
of mathison's big heart and even bigger spirit. >> some people offer to help you move. jim just did it. all of a sudden he shows up. if somebody was building a deck, jim was there. if somebody was needing gravel, jim was there. >> reporter: he worked as a construction worker until at the age of 40 he followed a calling. >> we don't get many people joining the department at 40, but jim really took to it. he always wanted to help people and he finally found a profession where he could help a lot of people. >> reporter: friends spoke of him pitching n ining in. it was in that same spirit on july 19th he went to help a friend who said she was stalked by an ex-boyfriend. the ex-boyfriend shot and killed mathison before he himself was killed by the woman's brother. >> when jim said he would give his life for you, he meant it. and jim would have had it no other way. >> reporter: he leaves behind a wife and two sons and legions of co-workers and friends he touched along the way. >>> well, the debt ceiling crisis continues in washington today. late this s could be belled together and imagined a bil
for the san francisco 49ers the team made some big changes in the off-season hopes are high that they can improve on last year's record. >> normally by this time of year, 49ers players are studying playbooks and attending a manager cams for a good portion of the off season, before the 49ers today is day one, the off- season labor dispute drama kept the players from preparing with their coaches and teammates as they would have during a normal year, the biggest change for the 49ers this year is the head coach position mike singletary is out and jim is in. he brought with him new assistant coaches as well as new offensive in defense of playbooks. players have not been able to see them till just recently. >> the only thing that did not like about was not getting to meet the new coaching staff, and not getting to look over the play book ahead of time to be able to go out on the field and the things that we needed to learn, the could given as a head start during training camp. >> practice will run until about 5:30 p.m. and then we are going to hear from them after. we will have more on today
is where the control is for many of the organizations. you gawk a very big organization. >>reporter: this man talked exclusively with the center for investigative reporting and kqed. arrested now cooperate with law enforcement. told us how the grow sites work. >> it is my responsibility to buy fertilizer. food. go to the people in the mountain. >>reporter: he's a man they call a lunch man. he works as kind of foreman who manages the site. frequently they run several sites at the same time. >> i have known other people who have had one lunch for 8 or 10 pot grow but other people have 25 or 30 pot grow. >>reporter: he says he works for a.b.'s who provides the money to fund the grow operation. those bosses run the businesses like independent franchises. but they aren't big enough to distribute the drugs all by themselves. so they rely on the cartel. >> all mexican cartel have people here. family. cartel from juarez, they all have people in the united states. >>reporter: cartel distribute california marijuana and other drugs all over the united states. cartel know what t
in a big way because we have a lot of startups. >> reporter: it could be a big blow to investor's confidence. >> if america's bond rating and credibility goes down, that impacts how our businesses are perceived in real ways and it can hurt them in their ability to run their businesses. >> reporter: mayor reid says cities are also bracing for the impact. bond cites go up which could make financing infrastructure improvements like roads or sidewalks more expensive at a time when cities can least afford it. >> we are talk hundreds of millions of dollars of obligation. if the price goes up only 1%, there can be millions of dollars additional cost to the city. >> reporter: how does that affect the citizens? >> with more money going into paying debt service that means there's less money for services and we have to cut from someplace else in our budget. >> reporter: and san jose is one city that can ill afford to have any money go out where it's not needed right now because they are facing that $110 million budget deficit. again next year. so allen no matter where you look now it seem
is able to nap in her father's arms, and she can look forward to playing with her big brother. her heart may be artificial, but now her future is very real. the fda's expected to make a final decision on the berlin heart for kids in two months. right now it is available to babies through clinical trials. we do want to point out this berlin heart is not foolproof. it does come with some serious side effects including a high risk of stroke. still for babies like little audrey that you saw, this may be their only option. so at least now they have it. >> a lot of hope for them. thank you very much. >> you bet. >>> coming up next, a special delivery that no one was expecting. hear how one woman sailed through her pregnancy even without knowing she was pregnant. >>> california leading the way again. how the state paved the way for a new greener standard for cars. >>> and good afternoon, i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. the weekend just upon us. and the fog and the cooling breeze is returning to san francisco right now. tonight we'll drop into the 60s for the south bay. and we are talking
. so it's going to impact for sure and it's going to impact silicon valley and california in a big way because we have a lot of startups as now. >> reporter: it could be a big blow to investor confidence. >> if america's bond rating goes down, if america's credibility abroad goes down, that impacts how our businesses are perceived in very real ways and it can hurt them in their ability to run their businesses. >> reporter: mayor chuck reed says cities are bracing for the impact. bond rates could go up which could make financing infrastructure improvements like roads or sidewalks more expensive at a time when cities can least afford it. >> we are talking hundreds of millions of dollars of obligation and if the price goes up only 1% it could be millions of dollars additional cost to the city. >> reporter: how does that affect the citizens? >> with more money going into paying debt service that means there's less money for services and we have to cut from someplace else in our budget. >> reporter: san jose is one city with its own debt crisis looking at a deficit next year of $110 millio
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